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PostSubject: Positive Pilgrims   Positive Pilgrims EmptyFri Sep 14, 2012 6:16 pm



by Tom Veitch, Shoot's Plymouth blogger

Plymouth Argyle are currently on a three match unbeaten run and have finally looked to have kick started their season.

The Pilgrims went the first three games of the new campaign not only without a win but also only finding the net on one occasion.

And after a hard earned draw against Championship side Burnley in the Capital One Cup, which resulted in the Greens getting dumped out through a penalty shootout, Carl Fletcher’s men seem to finally be picking up some form.

Although Argyle still seem to be lacking in the final third of the pitch with the Greens only managing to score in two league games this season.

Fletcher has again boosted his attacking options, signing striker Guy Madjo from Aldershot Town on an emergency loan as cover for the injured Rhys Griffiths, Paris Cowan-Hall and Nick Chadwick.

However Argyle have set up a good foundation from the back and their defensive displays haven’t gone a miss, already picking up two clean sheets, with their ‘old style’ of bullish and determined defending that used to be a huge success at the club looking like it is finally coming back to Home Park.

But Plymouth’s defence do face a difficult task when they host high-flying Port Vale on Saturday, who are sitting pretty in third place.

However the Greens are in a much better position to that of last season, where they went their first nine games of the season with only one point and were rock bottom of the Football League.

And after a slow start to their campaign they seem to finally be kick starting their season with an array of good performances that will please their manager and will hope carry on pushing them up the league table.


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PostSubject: Re: Positive Pilgrims   Positive Pilgrims EmptyFri Sep 14, 2012 6:28 pm

"array of good performances"???

An array of half decent results produced on the back of an array of a decent 20 mins here and there would cover it I think
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PostSubject: Re: Positive Pilgrims   Positive Pilgrims EmptyFri Sep 14, 2012 6:47 pm

Tgwu wrote:


by Tom Veitch, Shoot's Plymouth blogger

Plymouth Argyle are currently on a three match unbeaten run and have finally looked to have kick started their season.

The Pilgrims went the first three games of the new campaign not only without a win but also only finding the net on one occasion.

And after a hard earned draw against Championship side Burnley in the Capital One Cup, which resulted in the Greens getting dumped out through a penalty shootout, Carl Fletcher’s men seem to finally be picking up some form.

Although Argyle still seem to be lacking in the final third of the pitch with the Greens only managing to score in two league games this season.

Fletcher has again boosted his attacking options, signing striker Guy Madjo from Aldershot Town on an emergency loan as cover for the injured Rhys Griffiths, Paris Cowan-Hall and Nick Chadwick.

However Argyle have set up a good foundation from the back and their defensive displays haven’t gone a miss, already picking up two clean sheets, with their ‘old style’ of bullish and determined defending that used to be a huge success at the club looking like it is finally coming back to Home Park.

But Plymouth’s defence do face a difficult task when they host high-flying Port Vale on Saturday, who are sitting pretty in third place.

However the Greens are in a much better position to that of last season, where they went their first nine games of the season with only one point and were rock bottom of the Football League.

And after a slow start to their campaign they seem to finally be kick starting their season with an array of good performances that will please their manager and will hope carry on pushing them up the league table.


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Would this be high-flying Port Vale who were also in dire financial difficulties last season and high-flying despite attracting less fans through the turnstiles than we do?
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